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Lot 1900    19TH CENTURY COPPER TOKENS    Staffordshire

Estimate $220
SOLD $190

BILSTON, Rushbury & Woolley's twopence 1811, bare headed and draped bust of George III to right/view of the Exchange (Davis 30). Light brown patina with some original bloom, die breaks from the top rim to legend on the obverse, file marks on reverse, good extremely fine.

Purchased from Spink in 1987.

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